Printing selected columns

lbonsemb

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I have a list of people with information by day. This table will have 365 columns of data at the end of the year. How can I automate it so the user can select a range of columns (or dates, in my example) and print it without having to manually hide the columns that should not be printed?
 

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Dexter

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The first obstacle to overcome is the limitation of the spreadsheet. It only has 256 columns (unless the Microsoft gurus have expanded this in the most recent release).
 
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